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Czech Republic Music From Walachia, Hornacko And Kopanice
Lullabies, carnival, work, wedding, shepherds', bandits' music for singing, flutes, bagpipes, guimbards, fiddles and cymbalums.



Simla Beat 70
Legendary compilation marking the All-India Beat Contest run by Simla cigarettes. Garage, beat and psych acridity... with pungent Eastern aromas. Great stuff.




Lewlewal De Podor Yiilo Jaam
As featured on the terrific Ishilan n-Tenere compilation Pulaar guitar music from northern Senegal, ranging from acoustic bliss to edgier head-nodders. A co-production with the excellent Sahelsounds.



Omar Souleyman Leh Jani
The original Leh Jani cassette, with the title track unfurling its full thirty-minute splendour, alongside two more extended sizzlers. Mouth-watering new label from Sublime Frequencies' Mark Gergis.




Airto Free
With George Benson, Keith Jarrett (nice version of Lucky Southern), Chick Corea (likewise Return To Forever), Stanley Clarke, Ron Carter and on the outstanding, rootsy, title-track freak-out Flora Purim.





Cal Tjader Agua Dulce
With a Latinized moog version of Gimme Shelter, a Johnny Otis, and a brilliant reading of Tito Puente's Ran Kan Kan.




I Have My Liberty! Gospel Sounds From Accra, Ghana
Recent church recordings: distorted PAs, female lead singers, claps, tambourines, ramshackle guitars move the earth to get congregations on their feet. Crossing Opika Pende and Johnny L. Jones, says the label.



Ray Stephen Oche Interpretation Of The Original Rhythm
Killer, rootsy, grooving Afro Jazz. The Nigerian trumpeter Guy Warren protege joined on this 1970 Paris recording by musicians from the Congo, Togo, Guinea, Gambia, Brazil and the West Indies. Ace!



Krom Monster
Developed in Phnom Penh workshops 'improvised and electro-acoustic approaches to traditional Cambodian music and instruments' fluently jazz, dub, ambient and techno, and definitely one to check.



Ananda Shankar Ananda Shankar
Kicks off with a moog Jumpin' Jack Flash and doesn't look back. Fine, rooted East-West fusion... plenty of breaks, too. 180g.